NATO says it has assets to complete operations in Libya

June 29, 2011 19:18


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BUDVA - NATO has all the resources and assets to successfully complete its operations in Libya, the military alliance's Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said on Wednesday.

"The Libya operation demonstrates that the European allies plus Canada and partners in the region can actually take leading responsibility for the operations," Rasmussen told journalists after taking part in the meeting of the Adriatic Charter in Montenegro's coastal town of Budva.

"In the past we were used to having American leadership of all operations. This time the majority of aircraft have been provided by European allies and Canada and countries in the region."

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